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- Less than a month after he was named Trump’s cybersecurity adviser in 2017, Rudy Giuliani walked into an Apple store in downtown San Francisco because he needed help unlocking his iPhone.
- Oh God, writer Darcie Wilder spent "an excruciating afternoon at a Levi’s-sponsored symposium on social change."
- The NY Times investigates "teenage cancel culture," which is as harrowing as it sounds.
- Here's what Studio 54's infamous Halloween parties looked like.
- This guy dressed as 432 Park Avenue for Halloween.
- Vulture ranked every Martin Scorsese movie and they did a pretty good job of it.
- A New Jersey woman is suing a country club for $30,000, claiming a waiter spilled wine on her pricey Hermès handbag.
- The Outline asks: why don't we eat swans?
- Aaron Sorkin excoriated Mark Zuckerberg in a NY Times op-ed.
- Earl Sweatshirt is releasing a surprise seven-track project tonight, and Vince Staples released a new single as well.
- A court ruled that a Colorado man whose house was partially blown up in a police operation in 2015 isn't entitled to any money.
- A 14-year-old wearing a Joker costume was arrested at his Queens school today after he threatened to “kill people after school."
- And finally, always make the best of a bad situation:
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